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A frog in a hemispherical bowl, as shown below, just floats in a fluid with a density of 1.26*10e3 kg/m3. If the bowl has a radius of 6.16 cm and negligible mass, what is the mass of the frog?

Buoyant force= weight of floating object
density of liquid * volume of liquid * gravity=weight
weight = mass*gravity
1350*.4524*9.81=5991.3594=weight
5991.3594/9.8= mass
mass=610.74 N
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